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    Posted: 11 October 2010 at 4:36am
The ageHa is a club in Tokyo, also known as studio coast, we played there last night, and thought i'd share some photos of their house rig


Lots of these "pods" all around the roof, all identical


Shows you how many they have

Shows the line array we actually used!

Outside pool terrace had a pair of these stacks

Which sounded pretty good, no idea what was in them

And sunrise as the gig finished



Edited to resize pictures



Edited by James Tengo - 11 October 2010 at 4:43am
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beautiful sounding rig... heard it a couple of years back - always wanted to have a photo, not the easiest thing to describe :)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jbl_man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 October 2010 at 8:17am
Originally posted by James Tengo James Tengo wrote:

The ageHa is a club in Tokyo, also known as studio coast, we played there last night, and thought i'd share some photos of their house rig



Plenty of vintage JBL components in there...bass drivers look like 2225's...the 12" mid in the middle is a 2202,the horn i dont know,but is flanked by two 2402 bullets.
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Originally posted by jbl_man jbl_man wrote:

Originally posted by James Tengo James Tengo wrote:

The ageHa is a club in Tokyo, also known as studio coast, we played there last night, and thought i'd share some photos of their house rig



Plenty of vintage JBL components in there...bass drivers look like 2225's...the 12" mid in the middle is a 2202,the horn i dont know,but is flanked by two 2402 bullets.
haha, you realy know your jbl stuff see it dont you jbl_man! very impressed Clap
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Originally posted by sonofalesbian sonofalesbian wrote:

Originally posted by jbl_man jbl_man wrote:

Originally posted by James Tengo James Tengo wrote:

The ageHa is a club in Tokyo, also known as studio coast, we played there last night, and thought i'd share some photos of their house rig



Plenty of vintage JBL components in there...bass drivers look like 2225's...the 12" mid in the middle is a 2202,the horn i dont know,but is flanked by two 2402 bullets.
haha, you realy know your jbl stuff see it dont you jbl_man! very impressed Clap
Pretty easy to spot JBL cone .. remembering the part numbers is a diff thing lol .. but typical Ian ... anything JBL and hes in there like a rocket lol .. well done fella
Pyrotechnics... its not rocket science, well.... actually it is !! :o)
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15" are more of TAD TL-1601 bass drivers. They are made in japan .

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so the amps are actually hung from the roof in each pod?
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